Since 1994, Indigenous has used only the finest natural and certified organic fibers in their clothing, grown without any harmful insecticides, pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers. Their organic cotton is not genetically modified and is produced on small farms located mostly in northern Peru. Still, the most widely used variety of cotton is the soft fiber of the American species, Upland cotton. Indigenous’ gorgeous color palette is created from a low-impact dyeing program specifically designed to keep harmful chemicals and waste away from our bodies and out of our ecosystem. Organic cotton is very soft, breathable, strong, and beautiful and Indigenous is “a brand worth wearing, worth buying, and worth talking about”.
This Spring-Summer we see a movement from minimalistic necklaces to bolder eye-catching ones. Even simpler pieces are being layered at different lengths for impact!Stylized geometric forms, long and short pendants, chunky chains, bibs and layered strands- all make a statement. Materials include metallics, resins, wood, and stones. The 1970’s Bohemian-influence is definitely an inspiration for the season’s accessories and yellow gold has definitely made a comeback. Play around with what feels good to you-accessories are definitely personal, showing expression and adding dimension to any Look.
As some of you know, The Dandelion began in 1975 as a children’s shop. Forty years later, our focus is now on the ladies, but we still have a wonderful little collection of items for the newborn and young children, from our “famous” Paty gowns to Manhattan toys to fun little books and bath toys. Shopping is easy (especially if you’re the grandmother), and then wrapped beautifully, free of charge, for the little one in your life.